Skip to main content

About your Search

KDTV (Univision) 1
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 1
English 16
Search Results 0 to 16 of about 17 (some duplicates have been removed)
to brag, bin laden is dead and detroit is alive. >> i met workers in detroit and toledo who feared they'd never build another american car. and today, they can't build them fast enough because we reinvented a dying auto industry that's back on top of the world. >> reporter: looking forward, the president favors keeping education and green energy programs. keeping medicare like it is. and he wants the rich to pay more for that. >> i never said this journey would be easy. and i won't promise that now. yes, our path is harder. but it leads to a better place. yes, our road is longer. but we travel it together. we don't turn back. we leave no one behind. >> reporter: i've done well, he said. and i need to do more. >>> now, nbc's bay area's own political analyst weighed in on the speech tonight. he said president obama took an entirely different approach tonight than his challenger, mitt romney, last week. >> go back and think about romney. romney is saying, listen. it's up to us individuals to do what we can for ourselves. government is best if it stays out of our lives. so we can thrive. if
to finding the watts company, elroy worked for governor john engler of michigan. he, like me, is from detroit michigan and is a graduate of moorehouse college. thank you, elroy. [applause] >> next, albert sanders jr. come on down. albert sanders jr. is counsel to the united states committee on the judiciary. he's a principal legal and policies adviser, the assistant majority leader to senator deck durbin from illinois, chairs the committee on constitution, civil rights and human rights. he offers counsel on issues ranking from privacy, finances reform and he was named to the luke's 21 under 40 list. mr. sanders earned his become a. in political science from moorehouse college in 2001, there after, completed a certificate at wharton business school, while getting his law degree from the university of pennsylvania, where he was president of the path in 2004. he's a member of the state bar of california and the district of columbia bar. [applause] >> andre d. washington, senior sociology major from hinesville, georgia, who currently serves as the 81st student association government president for
night, revving up the crowd over president obama's bailout of detroit automakers. >> 211,000 good-paying american jobs!. all across america. autos are back!. manufacturing is rebounding!. why? say it!. gregg: wow! do not switch to decaf. that is really working for you. independent analysis by the way of detroit bailout it has been on track to be the most costly rescue of the financial crisis with taxpayer losses, that means your money, lost, compared to this and the wall street bailouts. taxpayers may never get that money back. >> doing a new jersey fist bump. reminiscent of another politician with a meltdown. gregg: talking about howard dean, the scream. heather: reminiscent of that, totally. >> i think it is fantastic. as i said before, this is saying better than the white sox winning the world series. i want to thank everybody that stood behind us on this. feeling of joy right now is bittersweet. like i said before. i will never have my sister again. i have to go see her in a cemetery. at least i know i go justice and a got a cold-blooded killer. heather: the words of nick savi
detroit, todavÍa en chicago 86. masa de aire mÁs fresca pone fin a las altas temperaturas, al menos ustedes van a estar siguiendo temperaturas bordeando el rango de los 70 grados. temperaturas calurosas, avisos y alertas aquÍ tenemos desde el oeste de tennessee. el oeste de oklahoma tenemos aviso de fuegos forestales a porciÓnes de montana, hacia el sur de phoenix arizona inundaciones y lluvias matutinas. lluvias mÁs fuertes se concentran desde missouri. mientras tanto hacia el noreste tenemoschubascos, centro de baja presiÓn, perturbaciÓn en altura que provoca inestabilidad, se va a desplazar hacia el oeste de la florida. en el sur de la florida tormentas elÉctricas en el transcurso de estos dÍas, mejorando, tal vez cruzando los dedos como va a estar para el fin de semana, condiciones estables en todo el sur y sureste del paÍs. leslie se espera que pase distante de bermuda, sostiene vientos de 75 millas por hora y su movimiento es casi estac estaciÓnarÍo. san antonio 75, los Ángeles 68 grados y el norte del paÍs como les dije temperaturas en el rango de los 50 grados, c
being caught with a gun in her purse at city hall in detroit. elmira sutton is charged with carrying a concealed weapon. a gun in her purse was caught on x-rays. sutton is currently being held on $5,000 bond and is set to return to court next thursday. >>> two men who applied to a job at in-n-out burger are suing the chain for race and age discrimination. paul chambers did his own unscientific poll today and tell us us what he observed when it comes to the diversity of in-n-out burger. >> reporter: in-n-out burger is known for its fries and other items but it's not known for diversity, they say. >> this is a clear-cut case of age and race discrimination. >> reporter: the two men are both african-american, over the age of 40, and suing in-n-out burger. both men say they were passed up for positions in oakland and san francisco. >> every organization has the ability to turn people down. but when you start to see systemic discrimination, that's where the problem lies. >> reporter: they released this statement. in-n-out burger does not discriminate in our hiring policies or practices. we
up in detroit. my dad managed his dad owned, well his dad ran an entire automobile company, american motors, despite of that he was willing to let detroit go bankrupt, i don't think he is a bad guy. i am sure he grew up, loving cars, as much as i did, but what i don't understand, and think he understood, that saving the automobile worker, saving the industry, what it meant to all of america, not just the auto workers. i think he saw the bain way. i think he saw it in terms of balance sheets and write-offs. folks, the bain way may bring your firm the highest profits but it is not the way to lead our country from the highest office. when things -- when things -- when things hung in the balance, literally hung in the balance, the president understood this is about a lot more than the automobile industry. this is about restoring america's pride. he understood, he understood in his gut, what it would mean to leave a million people without hope or work if he did not act. and heal knew, he also knew and understood the message it would have sent around the world. if the united states gave up
. a rick of strong storms from st the way from detroit down to little rock, as far east as columbus, could be possible hail, tornadoes could be isolated as well. we're looking at 1 to 3 inches of rain. tomorrow sunny and hot in the western part of the country from the plains all the way down to texas it's going to be sunny and warm. as we move on into sunday, look for late-day showers in new england. some clouds and possibly showers in the pacific northwest the rest of the country looking warm and dry. that's what's going on around the u.s. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> veronica johnson here. we could see the possibility of storms here tomorrow, down to richmond and up in philadelphia. but for today it's going to be quiet and dry where it's 72 degrees right now. we've got a lot of sunshine across the area. today's high 91 degrees. feeling a little bit of heat today. 88 for saturday. talking about late afternoon and evening storms through the evening. there's a 70% chance probably starting at about >> of course the first time we get to say this. it's sunday night foo
of it all, go back and read ronald reagan's 1980 acceptance speech in detroit. it is one most of the ideological speeches i've ever read in my life. >> i would argue this country's waiting for a mandate for some sort of galvanizing -- >> reagan said you elect me, this is what i'm going to do and i'm going to radically alter the course of the government that began growing in 1933. >> so here is president obama last night, phrasing our troops in the war zone while mocking mitt romney's recent foreign policy tour. >> we are forever in debt to a generation who sacrifice has made this country safer and more respected. we will never forget you. and so long as i'm commander in chief, we will sustain the strongest military the world has ever known. when you take off the uniform, we will serve you as well as you've served us, because no one who fights for this country should have to fight for a job or a roof over their heads or the care that they need when they come home. [ applause ] >> my opponent and his running mate are new to foreign policy. [ applause ] but -- from all that we've
. and you know what he said? let detroit go bankrupt. now sure, sure, mitt romney loves our lakes and our trees. he loves our cars so much they even have their own elevator. but the people who design and build and sell those cars, well, in romney's world the cars get the elevator and the workers get the shaft. [ cheers and applause ] you know what i'm say in'. mitt romney, he says, he says that his business experience qualifies him to be president. sure, he's made a lot of money. good for him. good for him. or maybe i should say good for him. but how did he make that fortune? and at whose expense? you know too often he made it at the expense of middle class americans year after year. it was profit profit before peo. but president obama with the auto rescue, you know, he saved more than 1 million american jobs, but it wasn't just michigan! hey, hey, hey, it wasn't just michigan, my friends. in colorado the auto rescue saved more than 9,000 jobs. in virginia, virginia! more than 19,000 jobs. in north carolina 25,000 jobs. in wisconsin, wisconsin, 28,000 jobs. in pennsylvania, 34,000 jobs. i
. >>mark: she added that romney and his company said, led detroit go bankrupt. she served as michigan's first female governor. >>darya: we will be back with more in a couple of minutes. here is a live look at the san mateo bridge. westbound 92, the right hand side, george will have an update on a hot spot in a couple of minutes. >>george: welcome back. after backing up to the toll plaza and coming to a stop for the second time this morning, traffic on the san mateo bridge is once again recovering from a second hot spot. it is still sluggish in spots across the span, but the accident that caused this to back up in san mateo, foster city near 101 is completely cleared from the roadway. it took a while for that back up to move like a tsunami all across the bay and stop traffic at the toll plaza. i would still think about using the dumbarton for the next few minutes. >>darya: this just in, a bigger xi judge has cleared the way for creditors to vote on the reorganization plan for solyndra. earlier this morning, the explanation of its plan was approved under which the federal government
al roker. >> thanks very much. a rick of strong storms from detroit down to little rock as far east as columbus. could be possible hail, tornadoes in this could be isolated as well. looking at anywhere from one to three inches of rain for that region. now for tomorrow look for afternoon storms along the eastern seaboard, into the mid-atlantic states, sunny and hot in the western part of the country from the plains all the way down to texas, sunny and warm. then as we move into sunday, look for late day showers in new england some clouds, possibly showers in the pacific northwest. the rest of the country looking >> west coast looking spectacular. we're done with the humidity from yesterday, the thunderstorms have exited the area. and we are left with all of these 70s around the bay. 73 degrees in fremont, really nice along the east shore, 75 in oakland, and even in san francisco where it's clear right now, 67 degrees in the heat of the day. we're going to drop off when it comes to inland temperatures in particular, as we head through the weekend, down to a low 80 on sunday. then 89 d
. army veteran and purple heart recipient david nelson was visiting friends in detroit when a car drove up and began firing shots at a girl. he pushed her out of the way, but wound up being shot himself. >> i can't bring my baby back. he died doing a good thing, but that's not no consolation to me 'cause he's not coming back. >> gretchen: nelson was just 28 years old. he earned his purple heart after being hit by enemy fire in iraq. the accused shooter is now behind bars. >> brian: pregame prayers no longer allowed at harrelson county high school in georgia. the school board is stopping the prayer that's been happening for 15 years because of a atheist group cystagon constitutional and threatened to sue. >> chipping away all of our freedoms are slowly being chipped away. >> prayer has never hurt anyone. if you don't want to pray, don't bow your head. >> brian: people in town aren't giving up without a fight. a local shop made t-shirts like these and 3,000 people are expected to real estate in unity tonight at the team's first home game. all will be praying for their teams to win. >> ste
with individual railroads. so you can get an exclusive contract, say between detroit and chicago, along a particular railroad line, you are able to maintain that line at a much cheaper cost than your arrival having to use roads or having to just bushwhack the open country. and by establishing those exclusive right-of-way, railroads got very cheap telegraph service. telegraph companies have the rights of way. by establishing those arrangements, unusual contractual arrangements which the courts were reluctant to challenge, and congress was reluctant to challenge, by doing that he was able to get around the limitations that state lawmakers have place on telegraph companies to the anti-monopoly laws. and those laws have been enacted as a response to morse. so you morse who fails, the state anti-monopoly laws, did he succeed by using the railroads to create the kind of monopolies -- >> are there any comparisons today for rise in an at&t and broadband and cell towers, et cetera? >> here's the comparison that really gets me. in 1996 congress enacted a law, open up competition. in local telecom
Search Results 0 to 16 of about 17 (some duplicates have been removed)